MacBook Pro fans that want a variety of port connections are officially out of options.
Along with releasing new MacBook Pro models this morning, Apple discontinued the 2015 MacBook Pro which was the last notebook to offer more than just expandable Thunderbolt 3 ports.
Goodbye 2015 MacBook Pro
The 2015 MacBook Pro was a fan favorite over the last few years. It offered two Thunderbolt 2 and USB-A ports, an HDMI port, an SD card slot and MagSafe. Starting in 2016, Apple stripped down the MacBook Pro ports so that it only offers Thunderbolt 3.
If you were hoping to snag one of the 2015 MacBooks Pro you might still have time. Remaining supplies are being sold on Apple’s online store. The cheapest unit costs $1999 while the most expensive model is $2199.
The new MacBook Pros introduced today come with a Touch Ba and 8th-generation “Coffee Lake” Intel Core processors. They also support up to 32GB of memory, pack a True Tone display and feature an improved Butterfly keyboard that’s quieter and more reliable.